US as a promoter and protector of human rights must help Kashmiris

Posted By Zaheerul Hassan “The current Indian policy aim is to: (i) use brute force against Kashmiris to break their will and to impose collective punishment; (ii) close all doors for talks with Pakistan and the Kashmiri leadership. Therefore, it is all the more important for the Kashmiri diaspora to connect with the American Government and people to highlight the Indian atrocities,” stated Sardar Masood Kh ...

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A journey back into Pakistan’s convoluted history

By Asif Haroon Raja Pakistan’s years of infancy The establishment of Pakistan, on August 14, 1947, was the result of the democratic struggle of Indian Muslims during the Pakistan movement under the leadership of All India Muslim League. After the creation of Pakistan, various domestic and international factors impeded the growth of democracy in Pakistan. After the untimely demise of Quaid-e-Azam in Septembe ...

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Who is behind Hazara’s Killing?

By Jamshed Jamshed Evidently, Quetta’s Hazaras are the Mongols, who migrated from Central Asia to   the Banyan District in Afghanistan. They belong to the Shia faction of Islam, Persian is their main language. Demographically, Hazaras live in three countries: Afghanistan (7-8 million); Iran (1.2 million) and Pakistan (0.7 million). In addition, a diaspora of approximately 400,000 to 500,000 is spread around ...

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Disqualified P.M. Nawaz Sharif’s Indian Connections Proved

By Sajjad Shaukat Speaking regarding the Mumbai terror attack of November 26, 2008, in an exclusive interview, published in the daily Dawn on May 12, this year, Pakistan’s disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif unrealistically said: “Militant organisations are active [In Pakistan]…non-state actors, should we allow them to cross the border and kill 150 people in Mumbai? Explain it to me. Why can’t we compl ...

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Why Ups and Downs in Pak-Iranian Relations?

By Sajjad Shaukat Since the beginning of diplomatic relations, there have been many ups and downs in Pak-Iranian relations. Iran was the first country to recognize Pakistan after it gained independence in 1947. Both the neighbouring countries’ ties remained cordial as well as cold over a number of issues. Besides, some foreign power such as the US, India and Israel manipulated the misunderstanding between P ...

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COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa Makes It to the List of Worlds’ Most Powerful

What it means to be in the Forbes' annual ranking of The World’s Most Powerful People Ishaal Zehra There are nearly 7.5 billion humans on planet Earth, but the chosen 75 men and women make the world turn, claims the Forbes Magazine. Forbes' annual ranking of The World’s Most Powerful People identifies one person out of every 100 million whose actions, as per their analysis, mean the most. Apparently, Pakist ...

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Paigham-e-Pakistan: The Strong Peace Narrative that Attracts the Support of Extremist Ulema

By Visal Saleem Paigham-e-Pakistan Fatwa has categorically refuted all the extremist ideologies which call for armed rebellion against the state and its institutions on the pretext of Shariah, sectarian differences and Jihad. 1829 learned scholars of Islam including renowned Muftis and heads of all the federations of madaris prepared this Fatwa and its authenticity has been confirmed by all the Ulema making ...

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Timings and Reasons Behind The Rise of Pashtun Tahafuz Movement

By Ishaal Zehra The politicians, in general, welcomed the decision of apex committee to hold talks with Manzoor Pashteen, the face of Pashtoon Tahafuz Movement, despite all his unparliamentarily language as this is how democracy and life works. The jirga was founded under the supervision of KP Governor Zafar Iqbal Jhagra and had the support of the military leadership which presumes that some of the demands ...

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